Chainsaw Man Exposition Has Life-Sized Character Figures on Display

Chainsaw Man exhibition

A new Chainsaw Man exhibition celebrating the anime adaptation of the manga written by Tatsuki Fujimoto will be held at the Seibu Shibuya store in Tokyo until April 23, 2023. The exhibition allows the public to take a look at the original drawings and storyboards for all 12 episodes of the anime adaptation. In addition, a special pamphlet with original illustrations of popular Chainsaw Man characters will be given as an admission gift.

The exhibition also has several life-sized figures of popular Chainsaw Man characters on display, including Denji, Power, Makima, and the most recent one of Aki Hayakawa. There are four different pamphlets, and these depict Denji and Pochita, Aki and Himeno, Power and Kobeni, and Makima and Kishibe.

You can take a better look at the life-sized figures and Chainsaw Man character pamphlets here:

Advance tickets for the Chainsaw Man exhibition cost 1,800 JPY (~$13 USD), with same-day tickets costing 2,000 JPY (~$15 USD). Furthermore, exclusive merchandise will be sold at the exhibition. Some of the merchandise includes acrylic stands, pin badges, keychains, sticker, posters, and more. You can check out some of the merchandise in the gallery below. New merchandise will release on March 20, 2023.

The Chainsaw Man exhibition is currently being held at the Seibu Shibuya store Movida Hall, located in the sixth and seventh floors of the store, and it will last until April 23, 2023. After a brief hiatus, the Chainsaw Man manga returned with chapter 122 on March 7, 2023.

Daniel Bueno
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